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The Albemarle School Board is taking applications for the seat that Eric Strucko recently vacated.
The state government has more money to work with than expected.
Drivers now have two through-lanes to get onto East Rio Road from the northbound Warner Parkway.
Governor McAuliffe has pardoned a man convicted of a 1986 crime in Richmond.
A juror from the Kevin Quick mistrial is the spokesman for the Albemarle Schools.
A fatal accident in Philadelphia affected AMTRAK service.
The UVA baseball team won its final home game of the regular season against Richmond, 8-6.
The judge has now declared a mistrial for all six defendants in the Kevin Quick case.
As expected, Nicole Eramo has filed a defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone magazine and the author of the "Jackie" article.
Arguments were heard Tuesday in Bob McDonnell's appeal of his conviction on corruption charges.
The attorney for Jesse Matthew in his Fairfax case wants a delay in that trial.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I- Vermont) fired up a Charlottesville audience Monday night.
A University of Virginia Medical Center patient tests negative for Ebola.
Charlottesville considers higher water and wastewater rates.
City Police Chief Tim Longo hopes to make his department's operations more transparent .
Former U.S. Senator John Warner helps area residents honor the road that bears his name.
City Council hopeful Lena Seville unveils her environmental platform.
Ned Gallaway has officially become the Democrats' choice for a seat in the State Senate.
Mary Baldwin College will change its name at the start of the 2016-'17 academic year.
The Virginia Court of Appeals has denied Randy Taylor's appeal.